Health Care After Scott Brown

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February 22 Podcast

Kathy Saile, the director of domestic social development for the U.S. bishops' conference, talks about the prospects for health care reform.
Can health care reform still pass now that the Democrats have lost their filibuster proof majority? How do the bishops assess the House and Senate bills, especially on the question of abortion? As the director of domestic social development for the U.S. bishops' conference, Kathy Saile has worked to insure that the bishops' voice is heard on Capitol Hill during during the health care debate. Here she talks with associate editor Kevin Clarke about the prospects for reform and why the bishops are still pushing hard for "health care for all."

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